Our father stayed at Imperial Plaza for about four months. The apartment in the Dogwood building was large by many standards, but it has the cheapest appliances that are sold, the windows have not been cleaned in years and are filthy, generally a worn look to everything. Phones were down several times, quite upsetting with an elderly parent. When you walk into the Dogwood building, there is a seating area and heavy curtains hanging. They fell down while we were moving in due to heavy rain, and the entire ceiling was covered in mold. They just put the curtains back up. I don't think we have ever had worse food ... poorly, indifferntly prepared, often overcooked, unseasoned, just really, really bad food. It literally made me sick twice and we decided to have prepared meals brought in rather than make our father eat in their dining room. \r
It is of no vendetta to give this place the review it deserves, but please beware and not taken in by the relatively inexpensive cost. We could not in good conscience leave our dear father there. Just could not do that. The place is poorly run and you end of feeling very sorry for people who are stuck there.